With a focus on being a hideout for travelers, the hotel’s architecture centers on the nature outside.
Architecture and design practice JOH & Company came up with a rather unusual nest-like concept for the hotel where the individual layout for the rooms resulted in a “pile-up” design dictating the exterior’s appearance. The high-ceilinged lobby is an impressive showcase for the hotel’s bold style—exposed concrete, waffle ceiling, and glass walls form the perfect stage for the beauty outside.
By having furniture, such as the bed or sofa, face in various directions, unique spaces are created for each room.
Diagonally placed windows allow for maximum daylight. The Kunst lounge on the lobby level is the ultimate hangout space, featuring a curated collection of books in the library area, mini theater equipped with a high-end sound system, and a coffee bar.